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, and lara are all off. we're so glad to welcome dan abrams, ron claiborne and rachel smith. >>> we have a big news cycle happening on this last did of 2012. not only the fiscal cliff, but secretary of state hillary clinton in the hospital. we'll get to that in just a moment. a diagnosis of a blood clot. but some questions still remaining. >>> we have some weather stories, including the latest on this horrific tour bus crash on an icy highway in oregon. it was packed full of tourists. and it skidded off the road, leaving nine dead, many more injured. >>> and the live shot from new york presbyterian hospital where secretary of state hillary clinton is being cared for right now. abc's martha raddatz has the latest on her condition. martha, good morning. >> reporter: the secretary has not been seen in public since early december after an illness and then a fall. but this is the first time she's landed in the hospital. >> probably a good idea to -- >> reporter: on sunday, secretary clinton was admitted to new york presbyterian hospital for treatment of a blood clot. according to the state de
coverage in the final days of shopping. abc's rachel smith looks at where and when to get the best deals with the least amount of stress, if that's possible. and john schriffen will look into whether the bad weather will mean your gifts won't get there in time. how's it looking, rachel? >> reporter: pretty good, bianna. good morning to you. if you still have shopping to do for everyone on your christmas list, you are definitely not alone. there's only three more shopping days left before the big holiday. and stores are staying open around the clock to accommodate all those last-minute shoppers. every year, many fall victim to the same routine. you know exactly when christmas is every year. >> i know. and i always mean to plan ahead. >> reporter: extended store hours at macy's nationwide. the one here in new york city, working around the clock. >> check it out. >> reporter: toys "r" us, clocking major overtime. their times square location, open 543-consecutive hours. come retail experts say, it will be a bigger shopping day than black friday, which has even the procrastinators strategizin
it for us tonight. rachel will be back tomorrow with great hair. now it is time for the last word. rachel will be back tomorrow with great hair, as always. up next, "first look." >>> right now on "first look," terror at an. on. shopping mall as a mass gunman opens fire, killing two people. >>> north korea successfully fires a long-range rocket, defying the threat of international sanctions. >>> plus, michigan's right to work, a cosmic close shave and an update for you on that little guy, the ikea monkey in canada. >>> but first, good morning, everyone. i'm lynn berry. and the hustle and bustle of the holiday season took a terrifying turn in portland, oregon, yesterday, when a masked gunman stormed into a busy shopping mall and opened fire, killing two people, injuring another before apparently turning the gun on himself. nbc's kirk gregory has the chilling details. >> reporter: a day of holiday shopping turned into a horrific afternoon of terror when a gunman opened fire inside a crowded suburban portland mall. >> we started receiving calls at 3:30, multiple 911 calls. we responded quickl
they wanted was daddy. 9-year-old brooklyn and rachel christian san haven't seen their father in nine months. with a little help from mom, santa delivered. >> just wish real hard. >> daddy. >> when i deemployed my wife and i were talking about coming home and doing something special for the girls, kind of surprise them a little bit. >> do you know how much i miss you two. >> they got what they wanted. the christiansan family has been together five of the last twenty months. i'm tearing up. >> nine months is lifetime for those girls. >> i always love the reunion stories. >>> it is 4:57. john mcafee is behind bars but speaking out. what he says about coming back to america. >>> plus a bay area radio station is targeted by vandals, the damage done and what the station's manager says might be the motive. >>> and one of the fedex locations here in san francisco, where it's expected to be a record breaking shipping day for the company, how many of your holiday packages are going out? i'll tell you after the break. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, a man and woman are found bd and gagged. why it's be >>> a bizarre cr
list on the upper right side of the page. >> host: rachel cox, who was rob cox? >> guest: rob cox is my deceased uncle who made the decision in june of 1941, six months before pearl harbor brought america into world war ii, he made the decision that he wanted to fight the war against fascism and went to england and enlisted as aen officer candidate with the british -- as an officer candidate with the british army. he took with him four friends, another man who was a student at harvard and three dartmouth guys who had recently graduated and were intent on doing what they could to help the cause of freedom and liberty against the forces of nazi fascism. >> host: and so he was studying at harvard at the time. what was he studying, and what was his life trajectory at that point? >> guest: well, he, like his -- he, like his fore brothers, had grown up in new jersey and vermont where his family had had property for quite, several generations. he went to prep school at st. paul school where he distinguished himself as a student and as a student leader and as an athlete. and like all his brothe
children remembered and laid to rest. 29-year-old rachel i davino and rachel spent 26 years. set to retire next year. grace mcdonnell and olivia ingle and dylan hockly. the special needs child found in the arms of his teacher. his brother jake released balloons in his honor. >> well, jake's release of the balloon in his brother's favorite color was a statement that yesterday is gone now tore foam dillon will -- now for tomorrow. dillon will never be forgotten. three more funerals for three little girls. >> yesterday's gone now for tomorrow. wow. i understand, rick, there was a private memorial today for the shooter's mother. >> yes. relatives in new hampshire claimed nancy lanza's body and there were private funeral services for her in kingston, new hampshire yesterday. that's where her brother recently retired from the police department security was reportedly very tight at that service. her son's adam's body also reportedly claimed. no word on whether funeral services have been held for him as well. meanwhile, the atf actually conducted a raid on a connecticut gun store that sold nancy o
from rachel polarlo of cincinnati, ohio. her daughter not enjoying her first encounter with santa
from rachel polarlo of cincinnati, ohio. her daughter not enjoying her first encounter with santa claus . >> the picture before that was pay back from the one of yesterday. keep sending card and photos and tweet them to us at fox friends first and e-mail us.
, "les miserables," ewen mcgregor, "salmon fishing >> naomi watts, "the impossib impossible," rachel weisz, "the deep blue sea." >> i'm a little embarrassed, i'm still in my pajamas. early. all right, best performance by an actor in a miniseries or a motion picture made for television. kevin costner, "hatfields and mccoys," benedict cumberbatch, "sherlo "sherlock: masterpiece," woody haralson, "game change," toby jones, "the girl," clive owens, "hemingway and gelhorn." best television series drama, "breaking bad amc," boardwalk empire," hbo, "downtown abbey season two," pbs, "homeland," showtime, "the newsroom," hbo. best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture. amy adams, "the master," sally field, "lincoln," anne hathaway, "les miserables," helen hunt, "the sessions," nicole kidman, "the paper boy." best performance by an actress in a motion picture comedy or musical, emily blunt "salmon fishing in the yemen," judi dench "the best exotic marigold hotel," jennifer lawrence, "silver linings playbook," maggie smith, "quartet," meryl streep, "hope springs." b
thirty." best actress, jessica chastain, helen mirren, naomi watts, rachel wise. best actor drama -- daniel day lewis for "lincoln." richard gere, john hawks, jauquin phoenix and denzel washington for "flight." so those are the highlights. and for the sake of the commish, do want to point out, for best television drama, "breaking bad" "boardwalk empire" "doubting abby," "homeland" and "the newsroom." just wanted to add that in there. for a show i love that he hates. but we have that ongoing feud. >> i love that clap. how is that jack? >> it's a good show. >> that i hear is great. >> willis and the commish can have a viewing party. >>> great thing happening in new york city last night. they had the sandy benefit. you saw bon jovi, bruce springsteen, everybody collaborating for the victims. but something mick jagger said on stage is a little insensitive. here's what he said. and he's drawing only ire and rage from some people. he said this has to be the largest collection of old english musicians ever assembled in madison square garden. but if it rains in london, you've got to come
-year-old brooklyn and rachel christiansen haven't seen their father in nine months because he was serving in afghanistan but with help from mom, santa delivered. >> just wish real hard. >> daddy. >> when i deployed, you know, my wife and i were talking about coming home and doing something special for the girls. kind of surprised them a little bit. >> do you know how much i missed you two. >> oh, look at that, the christiansen family has only been together five of the last 26 months and the wife, she found out last week that her husband would be home for christmas, so she helped set this reunion up. i always love this. >> nine months, a long time for an 8 or the 9-year-old, let alone, 25 month apart. >>> we're showing off some of the bay areas best holiday lights,. >> who's got the best, a home in millway, courtesy of the lights of the valley.com. that's impressive. they have new props and songs and is broadcast on 88.1fm. e-mail your photos at mornings @ cbs5.com. and post them on facebook and tweet them away. we're going to share some of those until christmas day. >>> time 6
but for two little girls, it was daddy. 9-year-old brooklyn and 8-year- old rachel christiansan hadn't seen their father in nine months, but with help from mom, santa delivered. >> wish real hard. >> daddy. when i deployed, my wife and i were talking about coming home and doing something special for the girls. kind of surprised them a little bit. >> do you know how much i missed you two. >> the christiansen family has been together five of the last 26 months. >> look at that hug, isn't that sweet. >> they needed time together. >> a long time for a little girl to wait for daddy. >>> mom just found out last week her husband would be home for christmas and set up the surprise. >>> 5:56 right now, the next half hour, male madness and we're live at fedex for the busiest shipping day of the season. >>> and breaking news out of san leandro. a laundry truck crashes, catches fire. >>> the and music world mourns the loss of mexican singer jenni rivera, the clue pulled from the site where the plane went down. ,,,, welcome se my lcret d you are?air.an your worst nightmare mr. box. since you foolishly
to arrest -- arrest. a funeral for rachel will be held at the church this morning. services for her best friend, 16-year-old bobbi sartane were held over the weekend. both were found near brookdale park early in the morning november 25th. they had been shot several times. no arrests have been made. >>> a community radio station in vallejo has been targeted by vandals again. the vallejo times herald reports it will be off the air at least for a month after someone took equipment and damaged wires at the transmission facility. it's the third time vannals have struck in recent months. the vandalism is expected to cost the radio station about $8,000. >>> 7:34. a busy, busy day -- perhaps the busiest day of the year for fed- ex. in fact, the company expects to process 200 packages every second. ktvu's brian flores is out at a facility in san francisco now. how busy is it out there, brian? >> reporter: well, dave, i mean you hit it on the head. 200 packages per second. 19million packages that will be sent from thanksgiving all the way through the las holidays. go ahead and take a look for your
. dawn hochsprung, avenlg 27. anne marie murphy, age 52. lauren rousseau, 30. mary sherlach, 56. rachel davino, age 49. madam speaker, these were real people, real victims, real children and real pictures of newtown, connecticut. the people of connecticut can relate to these victims of the assault and all americans can relate to some extent this crime that's occurred. at this elementary school. madam speaker, i have four kids and 10 grandkids, three of my daughters are teachers by profession. my wife is a first grade elementary school teacher. and no parent, no parent ever wants to bury their child. they just don't want to do that. we never want our children to die in their youth. like these children did. so, madam speaker, we mourn with the families of connecticut. we must honor the victims in our prayers and in our words and ask the good lord to bless them, their families, the people of connecticut and yes, our country. and that's just the way it is. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the chair recognizes the gentleman from oregon, mr. blumenauer,
to battle leukemia. he sat down to talk about his recovery with rachell nichols of espn. >> you're in sports. you're physically able. you're a fit guy. what were you used to being able to do, the simplest things that you couldn't do anymore? >> we probably can't talk about some of them on camera. but you know, getting out of bed, going to the restroom, go brush your teeth. you know, things like that. it physically tears you down to the point where you lose 20 to 25 pounds and you atrophy. >> i imagine it's like scoreboard watching if you're a coach when you're watching all your numbers. >> the doctor came in and said your counts are starting to come up. i said how good are they? he said good enough to go home. so you're like -- it's like a day early. so any way, he says what time is the game? and i said, we play at 1:00 today. he said you should be out of here by noon and make it home in time to see the game from home. so i was back. >> and you get to sit in front of your own television, in your own living room and watch the indianapolis colts play. >> yeah, it was awesome. it was a great da
donald and olivia engel. school psychologist mary sherlock and behavioral therapist rachel devino were also laid to rest yesterday. meantime we are hearing new details about the gunman adam lanza. former classmates say he wore the same clothes to school every day and rarely spoke. he once gave a school presentation through a computer instead of speaking. a former high school classmate says lanza enjoyed playing a violent video game and one of the weapons he liked to use in that game was a military style assault rifle, same type of gun investigators say he used to shoot his victims at sandy hook. >>> a bay area man is using the internet to counter the national rifle association's controversial plan to stop gun violence. the nra's leadership says it wants armed officers at every u.s. school. >> the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. >> 31-year-old facebook engineer lucy icenberg has a different idea. he is behind an online commission on change.org asking the centers for disease control to research gun violence. >> there are about 30,000 people in america who die e
of the new orleans worker's center, rachel justice. joined mcel fee, and she's worked with the afl cio among others. and vice president of the nation's largest union, the national education association. the question i want to begin with is -- why now? why is this happening now? >> oh, i know. >> please. >> this is a lot of political payback. there's a three-prong approach that the coke brothers and their illi it were are taking. it's all about winning something for them so up to say, corporations are people, meaning money is people. you have to vote suppress. when moms and grandmas and college students and minorities show up, the brothers lose. why did we see six-hour waiting lines? they understand that. the third thing, labor unions. where was the ground game for this? where are the people that got people to the polls and did the phone calls? more than that, labor folks are your neighbors. one in every 100 americans is a member of the national education association. we live in neighborhoods that -- >> if you live in a big enough apartment building. >> you'll know somebody that's a teacher a
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